Shifts and Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Rebrands, Ice Cream Expansions, and Cherry Street Public House Is Open

Plus, Sun Liquor Distillery plans move off E Pike Street.

By Rosin Saez February 24, 2017

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Outlier's (née Sazerac) new digs inside Hotel Monaco. Photo courtesy Outlier


Cherry Street Public House
Now in Occidental Park: Persian stews, avocado on toasted Sea Wolf Bakers rye bread, espresso shrub tonics, beer, wine, and soon mimosas with brunch.

Long live the Irish American pub. There's a new one in Fremont, reports The Fremocentrist.

Coming Soon

Pike Brewing's New Restaurant
It's as yet unnamed, but what we know: there will be a new brew deck, brew cellar, and seafood-focused restaurant above The Pike Pub, plus, it opens in June.

Molly Moon's Ice Cream
This will be the southern-most Molly Moon’s shop, located along Columbia City’s historic thoroughfare at 4822 Rainier Ave South.


Evolution Fresh
RIP avocado smoothies, turn-your-teeth-red beet juices, and simmering grain bowls.


Sun Liquor Distillery
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog says one of the few distilleries in the neighborhood is moving operations to the University Village area. Meanwhile the cocktail lounge's future is up in the air.


What was once Sazerac is now a globally focused restaurant with "sharable plates with a strong Pacific Northwest influence." More details at Eater Seattle.


Taco Bell
In non-Seattle news, A.V. Club's epitaph of a certain shell-less taco: "We may take comfort in knowing that the Naked Chicken Chalupa did not live a life too short, nor too long. Its time on Earth was the appropriate length: about two months."

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